Securities Broker Christopher Swan Involved In Investor Disputes

Financial industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) reports that investors have filed disputes or lawsuits against securities broker Christopher Allan Swan (CRD#: 5810132, Irving, Texas). Notably, two investors brought disputes between 2019 and 2020 which are summarized below.

BB&T Investments Client Indicates Christopher Swan Made Unauthorized Mutual Fund Transactions

Evidently, a client of BB&T Investments brought a civil suit in April of 2020 about Christopher Swan. Mainly, the client alleged to be unaware of investment accounts in December 2019. Particularly, Swan established two 529 accounts and two custodial investment accounts. It seems that by doing this, Swan caused the client to experience $23,000 in damages. This matter is ongoing.

Client Indicates Swan Failed To Follow Instructions At Merrill Lynch

Evidently, a client of Merrill Lynch brought a dispute in May 2019. Namely, the client alleged that Christopher Swan failed to follow instructions in 2018 and 2019 regarding stock transactions. It seems that the client experienced losses on stocks because of Swan’s actions. Because of this, Merrill Lynch settled this matter through making a $16,571.62 payment to the client in July 2019.

Merrill Lynch Disaffiliates With Christopher Swan For Not Meeting Standards Regarding Client Securities

Notably, Merrill Lynch disaffiliated with Christopher Swan in December 2018. The firm alleged that Swan failed to meet standards relating to the receipt of client securities. Evidently, Swan worked in Merrill Lynch’s Marble Falls, Texas office from 2016 to 2018.

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